How does that word make you feel these days? I'm going to guess it brings up a wide range of emotions.
In my latest book, "Saving Capitalism: For the Many, Not the Few," I take a scalpel and a sledgehammer to our nation's economic structure.
As far as I'm concerned, capitalism is in dire need of major fixes. Building an economy that works for everyone is going to take all of us working together.
That's why I'm partnering with MoveOn to offer my new book, "Saving Capitalism," to everyone who donates at least $29.Click here to get your limited-edition copy.
In its current unchecked state, capitalism is at the heart of ballooning and inexcusable inequality. It's the barrier to winning on all the issues MoveOn members care about.
So throughout "Saving Capitalism," I shatter entrenched myths about capitalism and offer an accessible guide for all those ready to tackle inequality, rebuild our economy, and restore our democracy.
That sounds like a job for MoveOn members to me.
Don't just take my word for it. Nobel Laureate Joseph Stiglitz calls "Saving Capitalism" "a riveting guide." Publishers Weekly says it's "arresting, thought-provoking," and ranks it as one of the fall's top 10 business and economic releases. I also sent an advance copy to MoveOn staff. They thought it was great—and wanted MoveOn members like you to have an opportunity to read it, too.
"Saving Capitalism" is due out next week. And sure, you could visit your local big-box store or online retailer and preorder it. But MoveOn has a much better way.If you click here and make a donation of $29 or more, MoveOn will send you a limited-edition copy of "Saving Capitalism."
Instead of giving your money to a corporate bookseller, you can get my new book and get to help fund MoveOn's cutting-edge organizing. No big-box store or online retailer is going to put your money to work to fight for a $15 minimum wage, help working families, expand Social Security, save Planned Parenthood from cuts, and tame Wall Street.
But MoveOn will.Click here to get your limited-edition copy of "Saving Capitalism"—before supplies run out.
Thanks for all you do—and all you read!–Robert Reich
Robert Reich, Chancellor's Professor of Public Policy at the University of California at Berkeley, was secretary of labor in the Clinton administration. He has written thirteen books before this one, including the best-sellers "Aftershock" and "The Work of Nations." His latest book, "Saving Capitalism: For the Many, Not the Few," is available here. His recent film, "Inequality for All," is now available on Netflix, iTunes, DVD, and on demand.
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